MIT and University of Massachusetts researchers have developed an anti-hacking jamming device to protect implantable medical devices.
How creepy would it be if it were easy to snoop and intercept all those texts, emails and photos you send over your mobile phone?
Analysis: Just what the world needs: another killer mobile app for the clueless who want to hack but need only to push a couple buttons to find targets or to take control of computers and servers.
In a dramatic Black Hat presentation, security researcher Jay Radcliffe explains how an attacker could remotely control an insulin pump and potentially kill a person.
Cyberthugs may love your smartphone even more than you and are 'thinking outside the box' to infect yours to better steal your data.
Top dog and CIO of the super secret NSA, Lonny Anderson, spoke with Federal News Radio about NSA's mission and how it will use the cloud and new crypto centers to modernize the shadowy eyes and ears responsible for global eavesdropping and America's national defense.
Domestic intelligence agencies snarf up mind-boggling amounts of data like phone numbers, credit card purchases, banking transactions, e-mails, and IPs of sites visited which may stay indefinitely in a massive government database. It's an e-hoarding epidemic.
Analysis: A Supreme Court case is considering whether cops need a warrant before attaching a GPS device to a suspect's vehicle to covertly track its movement.
The mysterious Cloud Girlfriend product is making big promises that feel like large-scale social engineering of the media. It is supposedly set to launch on April 26th and, "unlike your last date," it will be a free service - with no extra charge for a harem of perfect virtual girlfriends either.
The FBI raided the home of a suspect who used Skype to place hundreds of prank calls to emergency service numbers for the purpose of reporting fake emergencies and harassing sheriff's departments in Florida and Minnesota.
It hits the fan on bankofamericasuck as leaked damning documents allegedly prove that Bank of America engaged in mortgage fraud and corruption.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren stated that websites which were mistakenly seized by ICE and tarnished by child porn-related accusations should sue the government for defamation. She questioned the IP Czar about "due process," the First Amendment and even scoffed at "chicken poo" reports.
Google recently published a patent to use facial recognition and social networking combined to give visual search results.